Library of Congress exhibit shows Rosa Parks was no accidental activist

Library of Congress exhibit shows Rosa Parks was no accidental activist

Nearly 90 items, including photographs, writings, records and recollections belonging to Rosa Parks will go on public display for the first time on Thursday. The items will be displayed at the Library of Congress in Washington. Rosa Parks rose to fame when she refused to give up her seat in a bus to a white passenger in 1955.

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So she was a agent of the marxist march. What. A. Shock. Remember how they *insisted* that was a conspiracy theory?

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